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Dispossession and Exploitation

Israel exploits the natural resources in the Jordan Valley more than in the rest of the West Bank and prevents Palestinians from using most of the area's land and water resources.

15 March 2011: Civil Administration demolishes Jordan Valley village Khirbet Tana

On 2 March 2011, the Civil Administration demolished all the structures in the Palestinian village Khirbet Tana, in the Jordan Valley. This is the sixth time that the Civil Administration has demolish

Statistics on demolition of houses built without permits in East Jerusalem

For figures on demolition of houses in the rest of the West Bank click here Demolition of houses in East Jerusalem, 2004-2018, B'Tselem data, updated to 28 Feb. 2018 Year Housing units Of those: Demol

Civil Administration demolishes 4 homes in Khallet Makhul, northern Jordan Valley, 18 months after demolishing all structures in community

At 6:30 A.M. on 18 March 2015, representatives of the Civil Administration arrived with a military escort at the shepherding community of Khallet Makhul in the northern Jordan Valley. Civil Administra

Civil Administration demolishes all homes of Khallet Makhul community in Jordan Valley

Update : On 24 September 2013, Adv. Tawfiq Jabareen applied to the Israeli High Court of Justice on behalf of the residents of Kh. Khallet Makhul, petitioning for an interim injunction that would prev

Khirbet Susiya – a village under threat of demolition

The Palestinian village of Khirbet Susiya has existed in the South Hebron Hills at least since the 1830s. Its residents have traditionally earned a living from shepherding and growing olive trees. In

12 August 2010: Civil Administration demolishes Bedouin village of al-Farisiyah, in the Jordan Valley

In two waves of demolitions, on 19 July and 5 August, the Civil Administration demolished all the structures in al-Farisiyah, a Bedouin village in the northern Jordan Valley, east of which the Shadmot

Regulation 119

119 - (1) A Military Commander may by order direct the forfeiture t the Government of Palestine of any house, structure, or land from which he has reason to suspect that any firearm has been illegally